DTV signal will not come up on start up but after warm up
When I turn on the TV the DTV portion will not display the signal. However the analog signal shows fine on start up. After the TV has been on a while (it warms up) the DTV signal shows. A year ago the DTV signal was bad then but it was under warranty and the DTV 'card' was replaced as a result. It is a Vizio 32" LCD bought in August 2006.
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No,as a tv alone only for recieving a free AIR DTV signal broadcasting signal tv channels.This tv is an analoge tv.U must hookup to any analoge tvs to a box that called a Digital Converter box to used to recieving free AIR DTV broadcasting signal for channels.U still can used it for any analoge tvs if u have a pay tv signal broadcasting channels services.
This tv is a Analoge tv.Only can be able to used with CABLE,SATALITES or some other pay tv services to able to get a picture.Can't used the alone trying to recieving the DTV free AIR signal,will not work.Only way to get free AIR DTV to work for this tv is.This tv must have a Digital Coverter box hook up.The free AIR broadcasting signal must go through the tv Digital Converter box to be able to watch Free AIR DTV channels broadcasting.
No,This tv is a CRT tv-(Tv Tube).All small tvs with CRTS design are analoge tvs.Tv must have a Converter box to convert for analoge tv to DTV signals to recieve for free broadcasting DTV tv stations signal.Must have pay signals like satalite Dishes,Cables or Telecoms signals.This tv can be use without a Converter box.
two ways of connecting VCR with Analog TV with DTV tuner. DTV tuner (RF) output to VCR (RF) input,VCR (RF) output to analog TV (RF) input. turn DTV tuner on (VCR should have a TV\VCR switch that makes signal coming from tuner BYPASS VHS right into TV) note:: change channel FROM tuner.You should be able to record by placing a blank tape and pressing RECORD. 2ND. DTV tuner, VCR, should have a RCA in\out connections...Audio & video.You need a RF\RCA bypass switch. It has a INput with RCA connections to a RF signal out that goes to the RF Input of analog TV
No,all regular tube tvs are analog tv.Must have a converter box hook up to get a free over the air DTV,or must have pay tv services like Cables,Satalite,or Telicoms signals they convert DTV back to analog signal for ur tube tv.
If you live in the United States it is a problem since going digital. Analog signals are not broadcast anymore and your antenna is designed for analog signal, not digital. Now that the DTV Transition is completed, analog TV sets need
additional equipment -– a digital-to-analog converter box –- to receive
over-the-air television. Analog sets equipped with a converter box will
display the digital broadcasts, but not in full digital quality. The box can be purchased almost everywhere. I hope this helps and good luck!
I don't have this unit, but guessing from it's description on Amazon.com, I'd figure that it is analog-only. So you would need a converter.
Here's the thing: all U.S. broadcasters are transmitting the new DTV signals NOW - in addition to the old analog signals. If a TV has a digital tuner, you should be able to use it now to see those DTV signals. Check your setup menu for options like ATSC. One hint, the new signals use channel designations like 7.1 or 7-1 or 7-1HD. And some stations will have virtual channels, i.e., 7.1, 7.2, 7.3. If you can't get your TV to scan channels and show the numbers in that fashion, it isn't using a digital tuner.